I recently attained a verizon version of the HTC One Max (note: the verizon version is gsm and unlocked so it works on t-mobile with a t-mobile sim).
The first thing on my list to get this phone ready for use was to put CM on the phone which lead me to the S-Off issue (its not exactly easy to S-Off the phone without Windows or a 32-bit linux distro - of which who has either???).
Xombrero comes with GreaseMonkey-like functionality. See the man page for details (search for "enable_js_autorun").
I have had several instances where my MythTV server (backend and frontend on single server) has lost its network connection, at which time recordings continue; however, the frontend can no longer connect to the backend as the backend's IP address no longer exists (due to loosing its network connection).
I am constantly amazed when I search for bash commands and get page after page of terminal shortcuts or linux commands like cat, ls, and set.
Having said the above, my list of essential bash commands:
This article explains how to move a primary (root) partition to an extended partition. There are several ways this task can be performed; however, I chose to keep my system generally intact, introduce minimal changes, and use no external storage (other than a SD card for the LiveCD).
I had a disk layout as follows:
- Performed: 2014-03-27
The README for compiling st mentions needing the Xlib header files as a prerequisite to build, this was not the case on debian (sid). To get a clean compile I needed the following packages:
Truecrypt is a great multiplatform encryption tool; however, there have been numerous claims of it not being as secure as people think. There were so many claims that an IndieGoGo project was set up to fund a full (external) security audit of truecrypt (status: http://istruecryptauditedyet.com/). This, along with other concerns I have had with truecrypt caused me to look for an alternative, which lead me back to LUKS.
f-droid.org is a website and service that has FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) applications for Android devices. You can read more about f-droid but it is simply an alternative to Google Play for finding and installing applications.